The Simplest (and Most Natural) Ways to Detox Your Body

The Simplest (and Most Natural) Ways to Detox Your Body

Here are a few simple things you can start doing today to ease yourself into a natural state of detoxification.

After filling our bellies with all of the holiday comfort foods and drinking our fair share of red blends, many of us are ready to flush out all of that heaviness we put into our bodies. Detox diets are said to eliminate toxins from your body to help promote weight loss and improve your health. Although this can be very beneficial to our well-being, some of these diets can be harsh on the body and are not a sustainable way to enhance your health.

Want an easier approach to promoting the removal of toxins from your body? Here are a few simple things you can start doing today to ease yourself into a natural state of detoxification.

Start Your Day With Warm Lemon Water

Many of us know that water, in general, is essential to our health. It helps to cleanse the digestive tract. However, did you know that hot water is found to break down food much faster than cold water, which makes it easier for us to digest our food? This frees up energy within our body that can be used elsewhere to assist in other physical functions. Assisting our digestive system in breaking down food can help with the build up of heavy, bulky food that you may have been indulging in! It also helps your bowel to naturally stimulate release. So if you find that you are backed up, sipping on a warm lemon brew may help alleviate some of that pain. (1)

Drinking hot water also raises the temperature of your body, helping you to sweat and aid in the elimination of toxins. Adding lemon to your water enhances this process even more, as it contains enzymes that support your liver, which is your main detoxifying organ. 

Add Turmeric Into Your Diet

Turmeric is another amazing thing that can be added to your diet in order to help promote detoxification, as it helps the body have a healthy response to inflammatory reactions. (4) This is important because it helps to fight off the free radical impact that toxins can manifest within the body. 

Turmeric not only neutralizes free radicals due to its chemical structure, but also helps to boost the activity of your body’s own antioxidant enzymes. (5) If you think about it, turmeric takes on free radicals from all angles; blocking them directly, while also stimulating your body’s own antioxidant levels.

If you are suffering from heaviness and bloating due to the comfort foods you may have indulged in recently, turmeric can also help aid in the elimination of those symptoms! Curcumin, the active compound found in turmeric, helps to stimulate the gallbladder to produce bile. This is important because it breaks down build up and toxins that can lead to bloating.

You can add raw turmeric into your cooking when creating soups or stir-fry dishes. Slicing up the root and letting it steep in your morning warm lemon water is another great way to add it into your diet. However, if you’d like a little extra support, or you aren’t a fan of the taste, adding in a balanced turmeric supplement could be the way to go for you. 

Daily Turmeric supplement has a blend of ginger, black pepper, and turmeric in order to maximize absorption and support your body’s inflammatory response. Ingredients obtained from the highest-quality sources, this supplement undergoes different stages of testing in order to deliver the best quality. When supplementing with Daily Turmeric, you can rest assured your body is absorbing the best ingredients to help detox your body and reduce bloating!

Eat More Plants to Increase Your Fiber

When we think of the holiday comfort foods, we tend to gravitate towards gravy covered meats, heavy starches, and sugar filled treats. Although these are appetizing to our taste buds, they are not appetizing to our gut microbiome. Your good gut bacteria thrive and flourish on whole plant foods, as they are rich and dense in natural fiber.

When you increase the variety and amount of plant foods within your diet, you are increasing the fiber within your diet. This feeds your microbiome that influences a whole heap of processes within your body, including detoxification. So when looking to detox, focus on including foods such as:

  • Fruits
  • Vegetables
  • Whole Grains
  • Nuts
  • Seeds
  • Legumes

Think of fiber as a wand sponge, pushing all the build up through your intestinal tract and eliminating all of those hidden toxins. It helps to soak up potentially harmful compounds like excess estrogen and unhealthy fats before they can be absorbed by the body. (2) This is a perfect way to drive out all of the more dense foods you may have built up over the holiday.

Try Out Probiotics

On the topic of fiber and good gut bacteria, if you’re looking to enhance your microbiome to help flush out toxins, adding in probiotics to your diet is a no-brainer! 

Probiotics have a huge positive impact on our gastrointestinal tract; where our food is broken down and nutrients are absorbed. Toxins that accumulate in the body can hide out in the intestines and liver, creating a build up of free radicals that can cause harm to our other organs. (3) They help to feed our good gut bacteria, allowing them to multiply and colonize so they can clear out the unwanted toxins that have built up.

Probiotics help to:

  • Depurate heavy metals
  • Support liver health
  • Aid in the body’s natural cleansing of BPA
  • Promote the natural detoxification of toxicities found in certain foods

You can find probiotics in certain fermented foods such as sauerkraut, kimchi, yogurt, kefir, tempeh, miso, kombucha, pickles, and buttermilk. This is a great way to get a wide variety of bacterial strains within your diet. However if you find that it's difficult to incorporate these foods into your diet consistently, or you want extra support for your body, adding in a high-quality probiotic supplement may be right for you!

Daily Probiotic is third party certified for purity and potency to ensure we are including the best quality “good” bacterial strains in each capsule. Not only that, it is also gluten-free, lactose-free, and vegetarian. If you haven’t tried probiotics yet, now is the perfect time!


The holiday season can inevitably come with overindulgences that may leave you feeling heavy, tired, and fatigued. Detoxing your body may be just what it needs in order to reset and have you feeling your best once again. Try implementing these easy and simple changes into your life in order to feel energized and thriving once more!



This content is for informational and educational purposes only. It is not intended to provide medical advice or to take the place of medical advice or treatment from a personal physician. Readers of this content are advised to consult their doctors or qualified health professionals regarding specific health questions. Neither the author(s) nor the publisher of this content take responsibility for possible health consequences of any person or persons reading or following the information in this educational content. All readers of this content, especially those taking prescription or over-the-counter medications, should consult their physicians before beginning any nutrition, supplement or lifestyle program.


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